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Steep Price of Sweden's Government Benefits for Parents

August 16 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Parenting becomes job paid by the state. Guess who gets to be the boss?

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Helen Mirren’s Feminism is about Anti-Trump and Potty-Mouths

August 16 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

Women’s empowerment this is not.

 

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Bad News: "The Real World" Is Now Aping Academia

August 15 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Heather Mac Donald says the firing of Google engineer James Damore is a warning sign that the corporate world is adopting academia's ideology of victimology. Could be bad for business.

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Why Are So Many Elites Suddenly Hot for the Universal Base Income?

August 14 2017
by Charlotte Hays

WSJ Column: UBI may look like the easiest way to deal with unemployment. In reality, it would likely exacerbate and ignore the larger complications of unemployment.

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CFPB Crackdown May Trap Borrowers in a Different Debt Trap

August 14 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

Payday-loans are a market solution to the problem of a lack of access to traditional credit for many Americans.

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Misfire: Democratic Rep Calls Dana Loesch a Threat to National Security

August 11 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Not a good way to win friends and influence people . . .

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How Is Trump's IRS Different from Obama's? It's Not Different

August 11 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Report: The Trump Justice Department is still protecting the IRS and ensuring that documents relating to targeting tea party groups remain under wraps. 

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Sheryl Sandberg Leans In to One-Size-Fits-All Paid Leave Plan

August 10 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

The FAMILY Act would sacrifice the flexible time-off arrangements that women and men already enjoy.

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"When Should a Child Be Taken from His Parents?"

August 10 2017
by Charlotte Hays

The absence of fathers is so pervasive that even a talented reporter doesn't notice.

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Café Charges 18% Man Tax to Close the Gender Pay Gap

August 9 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

You can’t remedy perceived discrimination with discrimination.

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Vanity Fair Magazine Promotes Sharia-Advocate Linda Sarsour in Glam Spread on Women Entrepreneurs

August 9 2017
by Charlotte Hays

The feature would have been a lot better if it had focused only on female entrepreneurs.   

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Historian: Foes of Free Speech Come in the Name of "Diversity"

August 9 2017
by Charlotte Hays

They will be against hate speech (except their own).

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Title IX Kicks USC Kicker Out Despite Girlfriend's Defense

August 8 2017
by Hadley Heath

A student athlete has been kicked out of school and barred from contacting his girlfriend, who has insisted from the beginning that no assault took place. 

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War on Work: A Closer Look at Proposals for a Universal Basic Income

August 8 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Proposals for a universal basic income are in vogue.

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What the Media Isn't Telling You about Those EPA Resignations

August 8 2017
by Charlotte Hays

This is really about entrenched federal bureaucrats who pursue their own agendas.

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College STEM Women Claim to be Sexism Victims

August 7 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

They are light on evidence but heavy on victim rhetoric.

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Is College Just Vo-Tech for the Elite?

August 7 2017
by Charlotte Hays

This is another chapter in the decline of the humanities.

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Parenting: Sacrifice or Privilege

August 7 2017
by Julie Gunlock

The New York Times takes on the "woe is me" parenting culture.

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Should Americans Want Their City to Host the Olympics?

August 7 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


Based on other cities’ experiences, the answer is no.

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Impressive Jobs Report: 209,000 New Jobs in July

August 4 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Jobless rate is at 16-year-low. CNN credits . . . Barack Obama.

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A Snobbish Tweet about West Virginia Reveals What Elites REALLY Think about Regular People

August 4 2017
by Charlotte Hays

The elite has an itch it can't stop scratching. The itch is disdain for Americans who live outside a few enclaves of People Like Them and whom they believe to be, as a one trailblazer in disdain once put it, deplorable.

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A Sexism Rating Coming to a Movie Near You

August 3 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

Should movies with traditional gender roles be rated worse than others?

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Environmentalists and the Blame Game

August 3 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Practical considerations take a back seat to blaming humanity.

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IRS Rehires Hundreds of Fired Workers Despite Serious Transgressions

August 3 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

It’s time to plug the gaps in the hiring process that allows misbehaving former employees to slip back in.

 

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Must Read: New York Times Opinion Editor Says Some Leaders of Women's March Had "Chilling Ideas"

August 2 2017
by Charlotte Hays

The column is amazing on two counts: Ms. Weiss' courage in writing it and the thorough job Weiss does of reporting on Linda Sarsour's career.

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